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The adventures of Robin Hood

@inproceedings{Curtiz1979TheAO,
  title={The adventures of Robin Hood},
  author={Michael Curtiz and William Keighley and Norman Reilly Raine and Seton I. Miller},
  year={1979}
}
For sheer screen entertainment, few motion pictures have ever matched the 1938 Warner Brothers production of "The Adventures of Robin Hood." Even today, after more than four decades. Errol Flynn's dashing performance places this picture high in any list of all-time favorites.It is one of the most studied of motion pictures, not only because of its popularity but also because of the extremely high level of talent brought to bear in its creation and the sharply honed production and editing… 
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